Yellowstone National Park Sights

Fishing Bridge Visitor Center

  • Information Center

Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

This distinctive stone-and-log building, built in 1931, is a National Historic Landmark. If you can't distinguish between a Clark's nut hatch and an ermine (one's a bird, the other a weasel), check out the exhibits here about the park's smaller wildlife. Step out the back door to find yourself on one of the beautiful black obsidian beaches of Yellowstone Lake. Adjacent is one of the park's larger amphitheaters. Ranger presentations take place here nightly in summer. The center's bookstore stocks books, guides, and other educational materials, but you can't buy coffee.

Sight Information

Address:

East Entrance Rd., 1 mile from Grand Loop Rd., Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA

Phone:

307-242–2450

Sight Details:

  • Late May–late Sept., daily 8–7

Published 01/19/2016

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